When you first start out in business, you want to get going, but you don’t want anything that’s going to be super complicated to learn or to handle day-to-day. There is plenty of time to add the ‘bells and whistles” to your business systems as you grow. Initially, though, you want something that is going to do the ‘job’ – but that is not going to eat up your cash and that is easy to manage. Read the entire post »
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“Failure is not the opposite of success but a stepping stone to success,” was the advice given to Arianna Huffington by her mother, Elli Stassinopoulos. Read the entire post »
Email marketing: it’s important because it works. But when you have been doing it for a while, it’s easy to let time pass. Then things start getting stale and your results start to decline. You’ve gotten into an email rut and it’s time to shake things up to improve your email marketing results. Read the entire post »
If yes, start by building an impressive brand that represents who you are and what you want to be known for.
Your brand embodies everything that you do and it can assist you in being recognized as a game-changing high-achieving business owner. Read the entire post »
I’ve hidden a secret for some time.
I hate my Facebook fan page and hardly go to it anymore. And sadder yet, no one seems to notice! Read the entire post »
Have you noticed you are attracting interest in your business, but somehow you’re not getting more clients? When this happens to people, there is usually something we call a “chaotic vibration” going on. Read the entire post »
I know some of you are still deciding whether to come to my live event in Houston. Going to a live event (especially one NOT in your town) seems like a risky investment. First, there is the cost of the event – then, the travel expenses. Layered on top of that is are more personal fears – what if nobody talks to me. What if I go and I don’t learn anything or make any new connections (believe me, I understand those feelings AND I can say that in 5 years of doing TAGP events, I’ve never seen anyone go home completely empty handed). Read the entire post »
So far, so good.
The first week of the “Great Email Experiment” actually went fairly well. Read the entire post »